Report Libertarian Party Candidate in Game Feedback Posted August 19, 2020 On 7/11/2020 at 9:53 AM, wolves said: Lol I wouldn't worry about the Libertarians, they're such jokes that Vermin Supreme won multiple primaries. Believe me I have major problems with the Libertarian Party, and about being jokes... sadly I must agree with you. If two people wearing funny hats are the front runners, and your best chance at electoral success is Justin Amash who apparently can't make up his mind what party he's in, your party is in desperate trouble. It's sad. They could and should be much more. I look forward to the day when we have a true 3-4 party system (or the Democrats implode and the Libertarians take their place, or even better, all parties go away). But I don't even think that's the point here. In making my own scenarios, I strive for accuracy, plus I like a little fantasy aspect to them. So I ask the question, "Okay, let's run this campaign but pretend that the LIbertarian Party actually fields potentially winning candidates with solid libertarian principles as opposed to former RINOs, that they have a competent leadership and top-down party structure, a well-defined platform, are able to communicate their ideas in a way that won't put rally goers to sleep and actually care about winning elections rather than sitting on the sidelines and armchair-quarterbacking the Republicans for not being pure enough (which they actually do have a kind of valid point for)." It's a stretch but one can dream... How far could they really go? So I take it as a challenge to play as the Libertarian and see if I can get a whopping 4% of the popular vote and come within 10 points of winning a state. It's depressing sometimes but challenging. It seems that the way President Infinity is structured @admin_270is that if your party's candidate is 2-3% in the polls to start, there's almost no chance of getting it above 6%. I'd like to see a scenario where a long-shot 3rd party candidate comes out of nowhere and gets enough electoral votes to send the election to deadlock. But it doesn't seem possible.